How do I get there?
Coolangatta Library is located in The Strand shopping centre, next to City of Gold Coast's Coolangatta customer service centre. There is ample free underground parking accessible from Warner Street.
Services and facilities
· wide selection of fiction and non-fiction books for adults, young people and children
· children's section with books, CDs, DVDs, graphic novels and games
· young people's section with books, CDs, DVDs, graphic novels and games
· PCs with Internet access and Microsoft Office (bookings advisable)
· large print and audio books
· newspapers and magazines
· language tapes, CDs and DVDs
· community notice board
· photocopying and printing
· disabled access
· disabled parking
· self-serve loans units
The Greater Southern Gold Coast Chamber of Commerce is the most active Southern Gold Coast Chamber of Commerce - with members from Coolangatta, Tugun, Currumbin, Elanora, Palm Beach, Tallebudgera and beyond. With monthly meetings and great events year round, the Greater Southern Gold Coast Chamber of Commerce represents a vibrant business community that welcomes visitors and new member enquiries.
Want to get more involved in your community and network with other local businesses? Why not be our guest and attend one of our monthly business breakfasts with informative guest speakers. You can view our latest events and book online right here at this website, we look forward to seeing you soon!
This unique site was initially the home of the Coolangatta State School which was established in 1919. Considerable community action led to the Queensland Government handing the custodianship of this site over to the GCCC in 2008 for the purpose of creating a facility for community purposes.
Extensive community and stakeholder engagement derived the priorities for the site which included, preservation and celebration of heritage of the site and the area, appropriate space to nurture, develop and celebrate artistic talent in the southern Gold Coast, flexible and affordable meeting spaces for small interest groups, increased accessibility to services to enhance health and wellbeing and space for community celebration events.
The facilities include flexible meeting and activity spaces, internal and external arts spaces, small consulting rooms, a heritage display room, art gallery and external events space. Grant funding from Arts Queensland was used to contribute to the creation of the arts spaces within the site.
This centre is managed by the City of Gold Coast. The city is responsible for taking bookings.